There are many residents in North Carolina who find themselves facing levels of debt that they are unable to keep up with. For many of these consumers, a personal bankruptcy offers an opportunity to be free of unmanageable debt and get a fresh financial start. When choosing the right bankruptcy plan for their situation, a person should understand the two different types of debt - secured and unsecured.
Telling friends and family about your divorce can be challenging, even under the best of circumstances. It's natural that you'll want to keep some personal matters within your closest social circle, but at some point, you will need to make a general announcement to others. Psychology Today offers the following tips on how you can break the news.
Divorce can be emotionally exhausting for all parties involved. When it’s all said and done, you may think you never have to see or speak to your ex-spouse again. But if you have children, you and your ex will need to figure out how to co-parent effectively.
Anyone in North Carolina who is contemplating a bankruptcy plan as the answer to their debt needs should first understand the two types of consumer bankruptcy. Each plan, the Chapter 7 bankruptcy and the Chapter 13 bankruptcy, has its own set of pros and cons for a consumer based upon their unique situation. The two plans operate very differently but both have the potential to give a person a fresh financial future.